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1980 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



1980 



TOWN OF 



OSSffEE 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



University of 

New Hampshire 

Library 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

1 

Town Officers 

OSSIPEE 

New Hampshire 

TAX RATES 

$7.60 per $100.00 



Municipal „,;. _ 1.96 Ossipee Corner precinct .56 
County . / :.50 - West Ossipee Precinct .46 

School 5.14 Center Ossipee Precinct .47 



For the fiscal year ending 

December 31, 1980 

Vital Statistics for 1980 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Town Officers 3 

Warrant 5 

Budget 10 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 14 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 16 

Financial Report 21 

Schedule of Town Property 30 

Summary of Appropriations & Expenditures 31 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 34 

Balance Sheet 37 

Tax Collector's Report 38 

Town Clerk's Report 43 

Treasurer's Report 44 

Selectmen's Report 45 

Revenue Sharing Report 61 

Ossipee District Court 62 

Library Report 63 

Ossipee Cemetery Report 64 

Trustee of Trust Funds 65 

Police Department Report 69 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 72 

Ossipee Planning Board 74 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 76 

Dog Warden Report 78 

Ossipee Nursing Service 79 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 81 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 82 

Fire Warden's Report 84 

Vital Statistics 85 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 89 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 92 

Ossipee Precinct "A" Financial Report 93 

Budget- Ossipee Precinct "A" 94 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 95 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 98 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 100 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 103 



TOWN OFFICERS 1980 

Selectmen 
FRANKLIN R. RILEY DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

WILLIAM K. MALAY 

Administrative Assistant 
DOROTHY PALMER 

Moderator 

THOMAS A. TRITES 

Treasurer 
THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk 
JOHN SANDERS 

Tax Collector 
JOHN SANDERS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 

JOHN E. FOG ARTY, Chief 

Community Nurse 
PAMELA J. SAVARD, RN 

Recreation Dept. 

JAMES THOMPSON, Director 

Forest Fire Warden 
CLARENCE E. PALMER 

Dog Warden 

MARTHA FRENCH 

Librarian 

BEATRICE SMART 



Library Trustees 
RUTH M. LORING ROLLAND W. LORD 

RUTH C. ECKHOFF 

Trustees of Trust Funds 
CARL R. ENGLUND III LAFAYETTE HARBISON 

LORETTA R.LYMAN 

Board of Health 
DR. ANNE COLLINS BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Ossipee District Court Justice 

LAWRENCE WALSH, ESQ. 

PETER FAUVER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 

Clerk 
JUNE LOUD 

Town Counsel 
FREDERIC COX, ESQ. 

Supervisors of the Checklist 
EDWARD SMART KENWOOD WHITE 

MILDRED WHITE 

Representatives to the General Court 
RODERICK ALLEN GEORGE D. KELLER 

Auditors 

HARVEY EMERSON GRANT KRAMER 

Budget Committee 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Chair. 
CHRISTINE POWERS GERALD McDUFFEE 

STANLEY RINES JOHN THOMPSON 

DAVID HELME ERNEST RILEY, JR. 

JULIAN CONNER FRANKLIN RILEY 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in town affairs : 

i 
You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 

Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 

Tuesday of March, next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of 

said day to act on the following articles, the polls to remain 

open until six o'clock in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a selectman for three years, 
library trustee for three years, trustee of trust funds for 
three years, town clerk-tax collector for three years, 
treasurer and two auditors for one year, supervisor for one 
year (unexpired term), and all other officers and agents 
required by law to be elected or nominated at the annual 
meeting. 

Article 2. To vote on the following referendum : 
- 'Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 72:62 for a 
property tax exemption on real property equipped 
with a solar energy heating or cooling system which 
exemption shall be credited against the assessed 
valuation but shall not exceed $1,000.00 or the cost of 
such system to the taxpayer (taxpayer to prove the 
cost of the system by the production of receipts or 
cancelled checks for the payment of said system), 
whichever amount is the lesser." 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to alter the 
hours during which the polls shall remain open. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles : 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $747,725 for the local and state share of the cost 



of constructing municipal sewage treatment and disposal 
facilities, including sewers, sewage treatment facilities, 
interceptor sewers, pumping facilities, and for the acquisi- 
tion of land, easements and rights of way and such other 
incidental expenses as may be required; to authorize the 
Town Treasurer and Selectmen to issue bonds or notes 
under and pursuant to the Municipal Finance Act RSA 33, 
in order to raise this appropriation; to authorize the 
Selectmen to contract for, accept and expend any and all 
Federal or other aid that may be available for said project, 
the amount of which aid is $2,920,825, and to appropriate 
such aid for Project costs; and to authorize the Selectmen 
or their designees to take any and all action necessary to 
carry out and finance the aforesaid Project. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to sell any property taken by tax title or 
otherwise. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State Aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the ensuing year the following sums of 
money for the following purposes: 

For Town Officers' Salaries $24,750.00 

For Town Officers' Expenses 39,913.20 

For Election and Registration Expenses 4,015.50 

Municipal and District Court Expenses 33,825.00 

For Town Hall and other Town Buildings 31 ,500.00 

For Police Department 52,397.91 

For Fire Department (Forest Fires) 1,000.00 

For Planning and Zoning 2,969.00 



For Insurance 47,070.00 
For Health Dept. incl. Hospitals and Ambulance 35,000.00 

For Town Dump and Garbage Removal 10,000.00 

For Town Road Aid 1 ,774.40 
For Town Maintenance, Summer and Winter, 

including bridges and culverts 174,201.82 

For Street Lighting 1,500.00 

For General Expenses of Highway Dept. 30,000.00 

For Libraries 7,995.00 

For Town Poor 5,500.00 

For Old Age Assistance 9,000.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 250.00 

For Recreation (Parks & Playgrounds) 24,710.00 

For Damages & Legal Expenses 20,000.00 

For Advertising and Regional Associations 376.76 

For Employees' Retirement & Social Security 21,881.83 

For Principal on Long Term Loans 10,663.57 

For Interest on Long Term Loans 2,342.71 

For Interest on Temporary Loans 25,000.00 
(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $1,529.37 to assist the Carroll 
County Mental Health Service. (Submitted by petition) 
(Approved by Budget Committee). 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $2,000.00 for the Center of Hope, 
Inc. (Submitted by petition) (Approved by Budget 
Committee). 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $7,500.00 for the purchase of a police cruiser and 
authorize the withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State 
and Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Approved by Budget 
Committee). 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $2,000.00 to continue the compiling of the 



History of Ossipee and to authorize the withdrawal of this 
amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under 
the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972. (Approved by Budget Committee). 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $3,000.00 to continue its 
involvement in a regional solution to the disposal of solid 
waste. This sum, to be disbursed as authorized under RSA 
31:4, paragraph XXXIV, to provide for the acquisition of 
legal, professional, and technical assistance. (Approved 
by Budget Committee). 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
and expend the sum of $8,500.00 for a new gym floor in the 
Ossipee Town Hall and to authorize the withdrawal of this 
amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under 
the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972. (Approved by Budget Committee). 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $50,000.00 for the purpose of having 
the Town reassessed. This money to be paid to the State for 
the reassessment. (Submitted by petition) (Not recom- 
mended by Budget Committee). 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to negotiate a two year contract with Lord's 
Ambulance for service, with the amount to be 
appropriated each year. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the tax collector, with the approval of the Selectmen, to 
appoint deputies, who shall be sworn, have the powers of 
collector, and may be removed at the pleasure of the 
collector. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to hire a certified public accountant to audit 
town records, including Tax Collector, Town Clerk, 
Selectmen and all other town records instead of town 
auditors. 



Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
Effingham residents to participate in programs of the 
Ossipee Recreation Department for a sum to be negotiated 
between the Selectmen of Effingham and Ossipee yearly. 

Article 20. To see whether the Town will vote to 
indemnify and save harmless for loss or damage occurring 
after this vote any person employed by the Town and any 
member or officer of its governing board, administrative 
staff or agencies, including but not limited to selectmen 
and all other duly elected Town officials from personal 
financial loss and expense including reasonable legal fees 
and costs, if any, arising out of any claim, demand, suit or 
judgment by reason of negligence or other act resulting in 
accidential injury to a person or accidental damage to or 
destruction of property if the indemnified person at the 
time of the accident resulting in the injury, damage or 
destruction was acting in the scope of his employment or 
office. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to petition the 
Representatives and Senators who represent the Town in 
the General Court to support in the current session of the 
General Court, the concurrent resolution to amend the 
State Constitution to limit the annual increase in property 
taxes to five percent and to limit the annual increase in 
spending by the state or any city, town, or other 
governmental unit of the state to five percent. (Submitted 
by petition). 

Article 22. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 17th day of February, 
1981. 

FRANKLIN R. RILEY 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
WILLIAM K. MALAY 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE COMPANY OPERATING PLANT 

Name of Company Electric 

Public Service Co. $265,300.00 

N. H. Electric Coop. 51,310.00 



TOTAL 


$316,610.00 


Number of Inventories Distributed in 1980 


2,773 


Number of Inventories Properly completed and Filed in 1980 


1980 


Number of Individuals Applying for an 




Elderly Exemption 1980 


87 at 5,000 


Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1980 


86 at 5,000 


Number of Individual Property Owners who were granted 




Current Use Exemption in 1980 


8 


Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use in 1980 


2049.4 


No. of 


No. of 


Owners 


Acres 


FARM LAND 1 


9 


FOREST LAND 2 


1624 


WILDLAND 4 


356.4 


WETLAND 1 


60 


Gross valuation - 45,055 Credit 28,739 - assessed value 




TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE OF LAND 




UNDER CURRENT USE 


$16,316.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. 

FRANKLIN R. RILEY 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Selectmen of Ossipee 

Date: September 29, 1980 



15 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1980 

Purposes of Appropriations 



General Government: 




Town officers* salaries 


$21,799.00 


Town officers* expenses 


38,913.17 


Election and Registration expenses 


5,000.00 


Municipal and District court 




expenses 


31,980.00 


Town Hall and Other Buildings 




expenses 


22,500.00 


Protection of Persons and Property: 




Police Department 


52,397.91 


Fire Department, inc. forest fires 


1,000.00 


Planning and Zoning 


3,000.00 


Insurance 


36,000.00 


Health: 




Health Dept. 


33,500.00 


Town Dump and Garbage Removal 


9,000.00 


Highways & Bridges: 




Town road aid 


1,793.05 


Town Maintenance 


150,312.78 


Street Lighting 


1,400.00 


General expenses of 




highway department 


30,000.00 


Libraries: 




Library 


6,495.90 


Public Welfare: 




Town poor 


3,000.00 


Old age assistance 


9,000.00 


Patriotic Purposes: 




Memorial Day-Old home day 


250.00 


Recreation: 




Parks & Playgrounds, inc. 




band concerts 


24,710.76 


Public Services Enterprises: 




Cemeteries 


2,490.00 



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Unclassified: 

Damages and Legal expenses 10,000.00 

Advertising and Regional 

Associations 290.60 

Employees' retirement and 

Social Security ^ 19,312.23 

Debt Service: 
Principal-long term notes & bonds 10,663.57 
Interest-long term notes & bonds 2,861.39 

Interest on temporary loans 8,000.00 

Capital Outlay: 
Art. No. 8 Carroll County 

Mental Health 1,429.32 

Art. No. 9 Ctr. of Hope 800.00 

Art. No. 10 Ossipee Rescue Vehicle 30,000.00 
Art. No. 12 Police Cruiser 

(Rev. Sharing) 6,500.00 

Art. No. 13 Truck (Rev. Sharing) 

Rev. Sharing $10,000.00 

Taxation 8,000.00 



$18,000.00 
Art. No. 14 Town History 

(Rev. Sharing) 1,227.43 

Art. No. 15 Master Plan 11,000.00 

Art. No. 16 Sewer Construction 

(HUD) 399,858.00 



Total Appropriations: 

Total Town Appropriations $1,004,485.00 

Total Revenues and Credits —688,369.00 



Net Town Appropriations $316,116.00 

Net School Appropriations $911,474.00 

County Tax Assessments 4-88,810.00 



Total of Town, School and County $1,316,400.00 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits 

Tax Reimbursement —65,701.00 

ADD War Service Credits +14,300.00 



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ADD Overlay +15,000. +14,548.00 



Property Taxes To Be Raised $1 ,279,547.00 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 



From Local Taxes: 




Resident Taxes 


$16,560.00 


National Bank Stock Taxes 


102.00 


Yield Taxes 


15,536.00 


Interest on Delinquent Taxes 


4,500.00 


Resident Tax Penalties 


130.00 


Inventory Penalties 


2,300.00 


From State: 




Meals and Rooms Tax 


$19,282.00 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


23,088.00 


Savings Bank Tax 


12,889.00 


Highway Subsidy 


21,875.00 


Town Road Aid 


11,954.00 


State Aid Construction 




Add'l Subsidy 


16,518.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land 


657.00 


Reimb. a/c Fighting Forest Fires 


400.00 


Reimb. a/c Road Toll Refund 


962.00 


Boat Tax 


3,300.00 


From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 




Motor Vehicle Permits Fees 


$60,000.00 


Dog Licenses 


731.00 


Business Licenses, Permits 




and Filing Fees 


900.00 


Fines & Forfeits, Municipal 




& District Court 


38,000.00 


Rent of Town Property 


100.00 


Interest Received on Deposits 


15,000.00 


Income From Departments 


6,000.00 


Federal Grants 


399,858.00 


Receipts other than Current Revenue 


• 



Revenue Sharing Fund $17,727.00 



Total Revenues and Credits $688,369.00 

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Property Taxes to be Raised 
Gross Precinct Taxes 




$1,279,547.00 
82,986.00 


Total 

Less War Service Credits 

1 


$1,362,533.00 
14,300.00 


Total Tax Committment 


$1,348,233.00 


y 


Prior Years 1980 


TAX RATES 


Tax Rate Approved 
1979 Tax Rate 


Town 


1.47 


1.96 


School Dist. 


4.70 


5.14 


County 

Precinct-Center Ossipee 
Precinct-West Ossipee 
Precinct-Ossipee 


.48 
.48 
.45 
.62 


.50 
.47 
.46 
.56 


Name of Precinct Valuation 

Center Ossipee $7,682,204.00 
WestOssipee 4,381,537.00 
Ossipee 4,772,410.00 
Precinct A 


Net Appro. Taxes Rate 

$35,421.00 $36,106.00 $ .47 
20,028.00 20,155.00 .46 
26,716.00 26,725.00 .56 




WAR SERVICE CREDITS 



Paraplegic, double amputees 
owning specially adapted home- 
steads with V.A. assistance 
Totally and permanently disabled 
veterans, their spouses or widows 
and the widows of veterans 
who died or were killed on active 
duty. 

All other qualified persons 
TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT 



Limits 



Unlimited 



Number 



$700. 
$ 50. 



ESTIMATED 
TAX CREDITS 



EXEMPT 



4 $2800.00 
230 $11,500.00 
234 $14,300.00 



RESIDENT TAXES 



TAX 



Number 
Assessed 



$10. 



Total Amount 
Assessed 



1656 $16,560.00 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. RSA 41:15 

September 29, 1980 

FRANKLIN R. RILEY 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1980 

ASSETS 
Cash: 

In hands of treasurer! $90,541.39 

In hands of officials 1,931.08 



TOTAL $92,472.47 

Capital Reserve Funds: 

Sewer Improvement $3,534.97 



Total 


$3,534.97 


Accounts Due to the Town 




Due from State 




Sewer Construction EPA 


$17,324.77 


Other bills due Town: 




Sewer Construction EPA- 




Federal Grant 


47,517.10 


Revenue Sharing-Federal Grant 


11,864.00 


Total 


$76,705.87 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




Levy of 1979 


$53,004.05 


Levy of 1978 


35,382.14 


Levy of 1977 


14,370.80 


Previous Years 


9,179,96 


Total 


$111,936.95 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1980, including 




Resident Taxes and 




Yield Taxes 


$208,348.74 


Levy of 1979, including 




Resident Taxes and 




Yield Taxes 


4,578.56 


Levy of 1978 


780.00 


Previous Years 


4,905.63 


Less: Estimated Uncollectible 




Delinquent Taxes 


(7,000.00) 



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Total $211,612.93 

Total Assets $496,263.19 

Fund Balance — Deficit — 

Current Deficit 

(Excess of liabilities over assets) -0- 



Grand Total $496,263.19 

Fund Balance— December 31, 1979 ($ 5,845.96) 

Fund Balance— December 31, 1980 $ 36,807.34 

Change in Financial Condition $ 42,653.30 

TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

FORM MS-5 

Year Ended December 31, 1980 

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING ENTRIES ON FORM MS-5 



Line 201 




Cash In Hands Of Treasurer 




General Fund 


$77,545.33 


Petty Cash and Change Funds 


50.00 


Revenue Sharing 


9,824.76 


Timber Tax Account 


3,121.30 




$90,541.39 


Line 202 




Cash In Hands Of Officials 




Public Librarian 


$ 153.83 


Clerk of Court 


1,585.00 


Conservation Committee 


192.25 



$1,931.08 



Line 302 
Unexpended Balances Of 
Special Appropriations 

Tax Map $ 8,241.75 

Master Plan 11,000.00 



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Water Study 500.00 

Veterans Plaque 1,209.39 

Library 995.90 



$21,947.04 



Line 323 
Other Liabilities 
Unexpended Balances Of 
Special Revenue Funds 

Public Library $ 153.83 

District Court 1,585.00 

Conservation Committee 192.25 



LIABILITIES 




Accounts Owed by the Town: 




Unexpended Balances of 




Special Appropriations 


$21,947.04 


Unexpended Revenue 




Sharing Funds 


12,947.01 


Due to State: 




Yield Tax Deposits 


3,121.30 


School District Tax Payable 


415,574.45 


Due Trust Fund 


400.00 


Other Liabilities 


1,931.08 



$1,931.08 



Total Accounts Owed by the Town $455,920.88 

Capital Reserve Funds: 
Sewer Improvement $ 3,534.97 



Total Liabilities $459,455.85 

Fund Balance— Current Surplus $ 36,807.34 



Grand Total $496,263.19 



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RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 
From Local Taxes: 

(Collected and Remitted to 

Treasurer) 
Property Taxes — Current 

Year — 1980 $1,145,604.97 

Property Taxes — Collected 

in Advance 296.31 

Resident Taxes — Current 

Year — 1980 12,840.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes — 

Current Year 1980 101.60 

Yield Taxes — Current 

Year — 1980 17,718.13 

Property Taxes and Yield 



Taxes — Previous Years 


215,467.16 


Resident Taxes — Previous Years 


2,950.00 


Interest received on 




Delinquent Taxes 


15,619.76 


Penalties: Resident Taxes 


306.00 


Tax sales redeemed 


50,836.40 


Overpayments 


950.33 


Total Taxes Collected and 




Remitted 


$1,462,690.66 


rom State: 




Meals and Rooms Tax 


$19,282.29 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


23,087.96 


Savings Bank Tax 


12,888.92 


Highway Subsidy 


21,875.06 


Town Road Aid 


4,306.08 


State Aid Construction 




Additional Subsidy 


16,601.28 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land 


656.68 


Reimb. a/c Fighting 




Forest Fires 


254.69 



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Reimb. a/c Road Toll Refund 619.13 

State Owned Land Tax 350.70 
Reimb. a/c Business 

Profits Tax 65,701.33 

Boat Tax 3,662.10 

Sewer Study EPA 1 75,200.00 

Recreation Land 311.25 



Total Receipt From State $244,797.47 
From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Motor Vehicle Permits Fees $62,535.00 

Dog Licenses 1,069.50 
Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 933.75 
Fines & Forfeits, Municipal & 

District Court 42,464.84 

Rent of Town Property 80.00 

Interest Received on Deposits 30,710.03 

Income From Departments 7,044.36 



Total Income From Local Sources $144,837.48 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 

Proceeds of Tax 

Anticipation Notes $500,000.00 

Insurance adjustments 12,161.12 

Refunds 482.63 

Sale of town property 1,086.79 

Bridge Account 19,055.05 



Total Receipts Other Than 
Current Revenue $532,785.59 

Grants From Federal Government: 
Revenue Sharing $ 34,103.00 

Interest on Investments of 

Revenue Sharing Funds 770.90 

Water pollution Aid 

a/c Sewer Construction 299,875.19 

Sewer Project-Interest 222.33 

Sewer Project - 

Town of Ossipee 27.70 



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Total Grants From 

Federal Government $ 334,999.12 

Total Receipts Other than 

Current Revenue $ 532,785.59 

Total Receipts from 

All Sources $2,720,110.32 

Cash on hand January 1, 1980 $ 282,139.96 



Grand Total $3,002,250.28 



PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $21,133.66 

Town officers' expenses 41,398.02 

Election and Registration expenses 6,060.86 
Municipal and District 

court expenses 30,993.62 

Town Hall and Other 

Buildings Expenses 29,511.13 



Total General Governmental 




Expenses 




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Protection of Persons and Pi 


roperty: 




Police Department 




$56,612.07 


Fire Department, inc. 






forest fires 




1,354.65 


Planning and Zoning 




3,993.60 


Insurance 




40,722.67 



$129,097.29 



Total Protection of Persons 
and Property Expenses $102,682.99 

Health: 
Health Dept., Hospital, Ambulance $33,938.15 
Town Dump and Garbage 

Removal 11,336.55 

Carroll County Mental Health 1,429.32 



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Center of Hope 800.00 

Total Health Expenses $47,504.02 

Highways and Bridges: 

Town road aid $ 1,793.05 

Town Maintenance 162,274.43 

Street Lighting 1,466.42 

General expenses and 
highway department 27,758.46 



Total Highways and 




Bridges Expenses 


$193,292.36 


Libraries: 




Library 


$ 5,500.00 


Public Welfare: 




Town poor 


$3,503.08 


Old Age assistance 


2,423.80 


Total Public Welfare Expenses 


$5,926.88 


Patriotic Purposes: 




Memorial Day — 




Old Home Day 


$344.59 



Total Patriotic Purpose Expenses $344.59 

Recreation: 
Parks & Playgrounds, inc. 
band concerts $25,809.06 



Total Recreational Expenses $25,809.06 

Public Services Enterprises: 

Cemeteries $189.00 



Total Public Service 
Enterprise Expenses $189.00 

Unclassified: 
Damages and Legal expenses $11,926.86 

Advertising and Regional 

Associations 290.60 

Employees' retirement and 

Social Security 19,830.61 



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Prior Years Bills 
Taxes bought by town 
Discounts, Abatements and 

Refunds 
Other Unclassified expenses — 

Bank Charges 



8,904.25 
71,326.64 

2,251.94 

10.00 



Total Unclassified Expenses 


$114,540.90 


Debt Service: 




Payments on Tax Anticipation 




Notes 


$500,000.00 


Principal — long term notes 




and bonds 


10,663.57 


Interest — long term notes 




and bonds 


2,861.39 


Interest on temporary loans 


27,178.08 


Total Debt Service Payments 


$540,703.04 


Capital Outlay: 




Rescue Vehicle 


$ 30,000.00 


Police Cruiser 


6,092.00 


Truck No. 1 


17,092.00 


Truck No. 2 


14,988.40 


Sewer Study EPA 


144,373.06 


Water Study 


2,400.00 


Bridge Construction 


14,767.32 


Town History 


2,103.65 


Sewer Improvement 


316,159.48 


Sewer Improvement 




Adjustment 


2.00 



Total Capital Outlay Payments 
Payments to Other Governmental Divisions: 

Payment to State a/c 

Dog License Fees i 

Payments to State a/c 2 percent 

Bond and Debt Retirement 
Taxes 

Taxes paid to County 
Payments to Precincts 



$547,977.91 



57.50 



2,613.23 
88,810.00 
84,122.00 



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Payments to School Districts 1,017,072.07 



Total Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions $1,192,674.80 

Total Payments for all Purposes 2,906,242.84 

Cash on hand December 31, 1980 96,007.44 



Grand Total $3,002,250.28 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1980 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Town Hall $11,600.00 

Town Hall Addition 9,000.00 

Back Hoe 15,714.29 

Mill Pond Bridge 12,860.00 



Total Long Term Notes 
Outstanding $49,174.29 



Total Long Term Indebtedness — 
December 31, 1980 $49,174.29 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1980 $59,837.86 



Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: $59,837.86 

Long Term Notes Paid $10,663.57 



Total $10,663.57 



Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1980 $49,174.29 



29 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1980 

DESCRIPTION VALUE 
Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $ 60,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1 ,000.00 

Police Department, Lands and Buildings 12,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 188,365.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 

Sewer Project 33,860.00 

Land 162,500.00 



TOTAL $538,725.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 
February 9, 1981 

FRANKLIN R. RILEY 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

WILLIAM K. MALAY 

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December 31, 1980 
ASSETS 
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In Banks 


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Petty Cash and Change Funds 


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Total Cash 


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Accounts Receivable 




Federal Government EPA 


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State of New Hampshire EPA 


17,324.77 


Total Accounts Receivable 


$64,841.87 


Taxes Receivable 




Property 


$206,862.41 


Resident 


7,750.00 


Yield 


4,000.52 


Tax Liens 


111,936.95 


Total Gross Taxes 


$330,549.88 


Less: Estimated Uncollected 




Delinquent Taxes 


7,000.00 


Total Net Taxes Receivable 


$323,549.88 



Total Assets $465,987.08 

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 

Liabilities: 

Accounts Payable — 

School Tax Payable $415,574.45 

Due to Trust Funds 400.00 



Total Liabilities $415,974.45 
Fund Balances 

Reserved for Encumbrances $ 13,205.29 

Unreserved 36,807.34 



Total Fund Balance $50,012.63 



Total Liabilities and 
Fund Balance $465,987.08 



37 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

(For Current Year's Levy) 

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1980 

-DR.- 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 

Inventory Penalties $ 2,728.67 

Property Taxes 1,358,198.61 

Resident Taxes 16,560.00 



Total Warrants 


$1,377,487.28 


Yield Taxes 




18,706.19 


Added Taxes: 






National Bank Stock Tax 


$ 101.60 




Property Taxes 


2,990.79 




Resident Taxes 


1,100.00 




Overpayments During Year: 




$4,192.39 


a/c Property Taxes 


$338.00 




a/c Resident Taxes 


30.00 








$ 368.00 


Interest Collected on 






Delinquent Property Taxes 




1,094.95 


Penalties Collected on 






Resident Taxes 


$V 


32.00 


TOTAL DEBITS 


101,880.81 


-CR.- 






Remittances to Treasurer: 






Inventory Penalties 


$ 1,542.92 




Property Taxes 


1,150,096.78 




Resident Taxes 


12,840.00 




National Bank Stock Taxes 


101.60 




Yield Taxes 


17,718.13 




Interest Collected 


1,094.95 




Penalties on Resident Taxes 


32.00 





$1,183,426.38 
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Discounts Allowed -0- 



batements Made During Year: 




Inventory Penalties 


$ 51.56 


Property Taxes 


9,114.13 


Resident Taxes 


940.00 



$10,105.69 



Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1980: 

(As Per Collector's List) 
Inventory Penalties $ 1,134.19 

Property Taxes 202,316.49 

Resident Taxes 3,910.00 

Yield Taxes 988.06 



$208,348.74 
TOTAL CREDITS $1,401,880.81 



SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1979 

-DR.- 



Uncollected Taxes - 




As of January 1, 1980: 




Property Taxes 


$211,725.09 


Resident Taxes 


3,810.00 


Yield Taxes 


2,991.46 


Inventory Penalties 


1,770.72 




$220,297.27 


Added Taxes: 




Yield Taxes 


$ 21.00 


Property Taxes 


2,400.68 


Resident Taxes 


200.00 



$ 2,621.68 
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Overpayments: 

a/c Property Taxes 
a/c Resident Taxes 


$612.33 
50.00 


Interest Collected on 

Delinquent Property Taxes 
Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 


$ 662.33 

3,723.06 
274.00 


TOTAL DEBITS 


$227,578.34 



-CR.- 



Remittances to Treasurer 
During Fiscal Year 
Ended December 31, 1980: 



Property Taxes 


$213,207.19 


Resident Taxes 


1,820.00 


Inventory Penalties 


1,770.72 


Interest Collected During Year 


3,723.06 


Penalties on Resident Taxes 


274.00 




$220,794.97 


Abatements Made During Year: 




Property Taxes 


$972.49 


Resident Taxes 


820.00 




$1,792.49 


Deeded to Town - Property Tax 


$ 412.32 


Uncollected Taxes - 




December 31, 1980: 




(As Per Collector's List) 




Property Taxes 


$ 146.10 


Resident Taxes 


1,420.00 


Yield Taxes 


3,012.46 




$4,578.56 


TOTAL CREDITS 


$227,578.34 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1978 

AND PRIOR YEARS 

1 , -DR.- 

Uncollected Taxes - 
As of January 1, 1980: 

Property Taxes $3,864.98 

Resident Taxes 6,370.00 



$10,234.98 

TOTAL DEBITS $10,234.68 

-CR.- 

Remittances to Treasurer 
During Fiscal Year 
Ended December 31, 1980: 

Resident Taxes $1,130.00 



$1,130.00 



Abatements Made During Year: 

Property Taxes $ 489.25 

Resident Taxes 2,820.00 



$3,309.25 
Deeded to Town - Property Tax $ 109.80 

Uncollected Taxes - 
December 31, 1980: 

(As Per Collector's List) 

Property Taxes $3,265.63 

Resident Taxes 2,420.00 



$5,685.63 
TOTAL CREDITS $10,234.68 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

March 12, 1980 - Dec. 31, 1980 



Car Permits (2193) 


$52,571.00 


Dog Licenses (235) 


788.50 


Canine Civil Forfeitures (25) 


250.00 


No Dog License Penalty 


5.00 


Bad Check Penalty 


5.00 



$53,619.50 
Paid to Treasurer $53,619.50 

JOHN R. SANDERS 

Town Clerk 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES 

AND PROOF OF BALANCE 

FISCAL YEAR ENDED 

DECEMBER 31, 1980 

Balance - January 1, 1980 $ 261,486.47 

Receipts During Year 3,826,981.61 



$4,088,468.08 
Expenditures During Year 3,997,976.69 



Balance December 31, 1980 $ 90,491.39 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Carroll County Trust Co. 

as per statement December 31, 1980 $272,114.69 
Deposits in Transit 39,252.41 



$311,367.10 
Less Outstanding Checks 233,821.77 





$ 77,545.33 


In Savings Accounts 




Timber Tax Deposits 


$3,121.30 


Revenue Sharing 


9,824.76 



Reconciled Balance in hands of Treasurer $90,491 .39 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 



Carolyn Conner 


$ 613.50 


Franklin Riley 


1550.00 


Douglas Meader 


1500.00 


William Malay 


1500.00 


Thomas Galante 


1375.00 


John R. Sanders Tax Coll/ Town Clerk 


8598.71 


John R. Sanders (Tax Collector fees) 


1864.50 


John R. Sanders (Town Clerk fees) 


1686.00 


Lorraine Onufry 


2245.95 


Harvey Emerson 


100.00 


Grant Kramer 


100.00 




$21,133.66 



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 

Margaret O'Sullivan $7280.00 

Registry of Deeds 666.15 

Carolyn Conner 62.24 

Franklin Riley (mileage) 6.80 
Douglas Meader (mileage & expenses) 398.96 

William Malay (mileage) 32.81 

Tower Publishing Co. 94.50 

Carroll County Independent 3955.70 

Stationery Shop Inc. 604.51 

Brown & Saltmarsh Inc. 157.73 

Dorothy Palmer 9799.92 

Dorothy Palmer (mileage) 213.38 

Mary Ann Hartford 316.20 

N.H. Assoc, of Assessing Officials 20.00 

New England Telephone 1984.65 

County Commerce 96.00 

Porter Office Machines 252.07 

N.H. Municipal Associations 578.17 

Velma Hormell 585.00 

John Sanders 869.54 



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Wilson Dennett 


3125.00 


N.H. Tax Collector's Assoc. 


15.00 


Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 


1445.73 


Carroll County Trust Co. 


3192.13 


The Dandelion Florist 


22.75 


Wheeler & Clark 


68.53 


Granite State Stamps Inc. 


4.07 


Xerox Corporation 


4877.18 


Ruth C. Eckhoff 


1.25 


N.H. Local Welfare Admin. Assoc. 


5.00 


Real Data Corp. 


30.00 


N.H. Municipal Secretaries Assoc. 


20.00 


North Country Village Inc. 


15.00 


Clayton C. Crummett 


90.00 


Joe Wigon 


55.00 


Ossipee True Value 


21.40 


Hathcock Original Floral Study 


15.00 


Town of Ossipee Sewer Improvement 




Project 


27.70 


NADA 


45.00 


Olympic Business Machine 


119.50 


Branham Publishing Co. 


19.35 


N.H. Assoc, of Conservation 




Commission 


72.00 


Intertic Publishing Corp. 


7.60 


Charles C. Rogers 


12.95 


Long Meadow Restaurant 


77.20 


Saymore Trophy Co. Inc. 


39.35 



$41,398.02 
ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 



Carroll County Independent 


$843.43 




Mildred S. White 


960.00 




Edward C. Smart 


750.00 




Kenwood C. White 


870.00 




Perley Wasson 


90.00 




Shirley Wiggin 


60.00 




Carmen Knapp 


120.00 




Cheryl J.Riley 

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120.00 





Marjorie Conlon 


120.00 


Janice Wagenfeld 


120.00 


Ann J. Sawyer 


120.00 


Roger Busch 


60.00 


Franklin Riley 


120.00 


Douglas Meader 


120.00 


Frank P. Thomas 


80.00 


Carolyn Conner 


110.00 


Frances Brownell 


60.00 


Ctr. Ossipee Inn 


700.23 


Dorothy Palmer 


15.00 


Thomas Trites 


80.00 


John Sanders 


80.00 


Thomas Galante 


30.00 


Albert LaPorte 


60.00 


William Malay 


60.00 


Independent-Granite State Billing 


30.30 


Edith Colby 


30.00 


Priscilla Nudd 


240.00 


E.M. Heath 


11.90 



DISTRICT COURT 

Lawrence J. Walsh $15,600.00 

Peter H. Fauver 4,680.00 

June C. Loud 9,285.00 

Lorraine Blair 1 ,426.87 

The Stationery Shop 1 .75 



$6,060.86 



$30,993.62 

TOWN HALL & OTHER TOWN BUILDINGS 

Remick Bros., Inc. $ 34.34 

Earnshaw Lumber, Inc. 263.85 

Ruff Cleaning & Maintenance Serv. 75.00 

Public Service Co. of N.H. 4,044.93 

Associated Linen Service Inc. 486.54 

Dube & Murphy Inc. 7,981.28 



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Ossipee True Value Hardware 


99.16 


R.J. Sylvainlnc. 


207.16 


Independent Burner Service 


7,278.36 


E.M. Heath, Inc. 


63.42 


Harold G.Hayes 


28.00 


Ossipee Water Co. 


141.00 


North Country Energy Systems 


25.95 


Earl T. Merrow 


1,297.25 


Janitorial Associates 


261.00 


Rochester Germicide Co. 


338.63 


The Stationery Shop 


406.07 


J. & C. Maintenance Service 


1,092.00 


Ossipee Oil Co., Inc. 


4,334.40 


Dale Villa Greenhouse 


22.75 


G.W. Jewett & Sons, Inc. 


650.00 


Ossipee Concerned Citizens 


125.00 


Ctr. Ossipee Fire Dept. 


54.61 


Lenny's Drain & Sewer Service 


19.43 


Richard Woodman 


125.00 


Roland Stockbridge 


56.00 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 


JohnE. Fogarty 


$15,360.54 


Ralph Floria 


11,478.19 


Thomas Crowell 


7,008.88 


John Buswell 


1,509.50 


Ervin White 


2,396.25 


Christopher Damon 


5,096.63 


Ossipee Auto Parts 


572.89 


Mr. Ed's 


90.00 


Rines' Chrysler-Plymouth 


1,405.50 


New England Telephone 


573.99 


E.M. Heath, Inc. 


9.52 


Herb's Citgo 


52.02 


Whittier Gulf Station 


15.00 


Century Tire 


714.06 


N.E. Assoc, of Chief's of Police Inc. 


30.00 


Curly's Auto Sales 


493.96 


Richard A. Sherburne Inc. 


281.74 



$29,511.13 



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The Stationery Shop 


19.59 


Sanel Auto Parts Inc. 


24.97 


Texaco Inc. 


2,529.40 


John Fogarty (gasoline) 


5.00 


Carroll County Independent 


30.00 


John Fogarty (conference) 


300.00 


2-Way Communication Service Inc. 


23.64 


Ben's Uniforms 


360.21 


Ski Works 


54.00 


Dexter Shoe Factory Outlet 


89.97 


Carroll County Independent 


77.50 


North Country Medical Co. 


21.00 


Ossipee Mtn. Electronics 


442.57 


Nemco Inc. 


47.80 


G.W. Jewett & Sons Inc. 


5,344.75 


Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 


8.00 


J.R. Sousa 


5.00 


Ryan's Garage 


10.00 


Salta Tire Co. Inc. 


130.00 




$56,612.07 


FIRE 




Town of Ossipee Forest Fire a / c 


$1,229.82 


Ryans' Garage 


6.00 


Wright Communications Inc. 


83.83 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


30.00 


Herb's Service Center 


5.00 



$1,354.65 



PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 

American Legion Harriman Hale Post $ 65.23 
Loring Short & Harmon 198.48 

Gorham Flag Center 80.88 



PLANNING & ZONING 
Registrar of Deeds $ 17.15 



$344.59 



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Carroll County Independent 


275.35 


Natalie Hall 


1,183.20 


The Stationery Shop 


25.60 


Lakes Region Planning Commission 


2,003.00 


Natalie Hall (expenses) 


394.30 


J.E.Shackfordlll 


95.00 




$3,993.60 


INSURANCE 




Ossipee Insurance Agency 


$13,449.20 


Blue Cross/ Blue Shield 


14,643.80 


N.H. Municipal Assoc. 




Unemployment Comp. Fund 


1,819.67 


N.H. Municipal Assoc. 




Workman's Comp. 


10,810.00 




$40,722.67 


HEALTH 




Pamela J. Savard R.N. 


$7,776.16 


Pamela J. Savard (mileage) 


786.49 


New England Telephone 


357.40 


Material Flow Inc. 


188.44 


Marguerite King 


81.26 


Marguerite King (mileage) 


7.31 


Marsay Pearson 


229.19 


Marsay Pearson (mileage) 


11.90 




$9,438.15 


RollandW. Lord 


$14,500.00 


Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Inc. 


5,000.00 


Ctr. of Hope 


800.00 


Carroll County Mental Health 


1,429.32 


Ossipee Rescue Squad 


5,000.00 



$26,729.32 



DUMP 
Robert Camire $5,651 .85 

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N.H. Electric Co-op Inc. 


100.99 


Francis Fuller 


430.90 


Rodney Eldridge 


59.25 


Scott Milligan 


59.50 


Charlie Edwards ^ 


36.25 


John Campbell 


36.25 


Beth Vacca 


10.25 


Rachelle Hamel 


10.75 


Renee Hamel 


25.25 


Ronda Amaral 


25.50 


Eric Cincotta 


26.00 


Brian Muldoon 


18.00 


Don Tenney 


22.25 


Dave Varney 


22.25 


William Meserve 


200.00 


Gordon Berry 


356.25 


R.J. Sylvain Inc. 


40.66 


Richard Eaton 


27.90 


Randy Rogers 


195.30 


Denise Misiaszek 


311.55 


Kenneth Varney 


610.70 


Seton Name Plate Corp. 


124.70 


White Mtn. Survey & Engineering 


2,934.25 




$11,336.55 


SUMMER HIGHWAYS 


Irving Abbott 


$1,590.08 


Keith Brownell 


2,360.84 


Charles O'Sullivan 


2,005.77 


Daniel Riley 


2,371.04 


Lloyd Wilkins 


2,505.88 


Bruce Williams 


2,354.04 


Russell Whiting Jr. 


2,354.04 


Harold White 


2,505.88 


Rodney White 


4,200.00 


Roger Seguin 


2,396.80 


Rodney White (mileage) 


257.61 


Kennett Company 


1,157.02 


Dube & Murphy Inc. 


196.57 


Standard Uniform Rental Service 


1,100.39 


Tilton Sand & Gravel 


1,334.82 


Ossipee Oil Co. Inc. 


399.79 



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Texaco Inc. 

Northeastern Culvert Corp. 
Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 
Motorola Inc. 


3,227.22 

2,758.59 

630.00 

876.00 


Beede Waste Oil Corp. 
Earnshaw Lumber 


6,560.00 
40.00 


Stanley Eldridge 


70.00 



$43,252.38 



WINTER HIGHWAYS 

Granite State Minerals Inc. 3,566.06 

Irving Abbott 3,716.62 

Keith Brownell 5,478.27 

Charles O'Sullivan 4,486.28 

Daniel Riley 5,488.02 

Lloyd Wilkins 5,721.87 

Bruce Williams 5,458.32 

Russell Whiting, Jr. 5,395.52 

Harold White 5,777.79 

Rodney White 7,800.00 

Roger Seguin 4,451.20 

Stanley Eldridge (bulldozer) 638.40 

Gordon Berry (sand) 276.50 

Rodney White (mileage) 445.76 

Ossipee Aggregates Inc. 4,407.25 

Standard Uniform Rental Service 1,159.05 

Dube & Murphy Inc. 535.62 

Texaco Inc. 10,386.99 

Barry Williams 392.25 

MarkMerrow 196.85 

JohnFogarty 192.20 

Motorola Inc. 730.00 

Buchanan's B. P. 451.00 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 291.20 

Kennett Company 2,690.80 

Tilton Sand & Gravel 338.80 

Daniel Riley, Jr. 48.05 

E.M. Heath 25.04 



$80,545.71 



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HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 

Beede Waste Oil Corp. $3,480.00 

Irving Abbott 875.36 

Keith Brownell , 1,267.56 

Charles O'Sullivan 1,080.03 

Daniel Riley 1,267.56 

Lloyd Wilkins 1,349.32 

Bruce Williams 1,267.56 

Russell Whiting Jr. 1,267.56 

Harold White 1,349.32 

Rodney White 2,100.00 

Roger Seguin 1,198.40 

Rodney White (mileage) 156.64 

Tilton Sand & Gravel 1,374.19 

Texaco, Inc. 1,128.56 

The Kennett Co. 1,535.18 

Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 983.50 

Merrimack Stores 48.90 

Little Red Hen House 40.27 

Ossipee Oil Co. 105.15 





$21,875.06 


ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 


N.H. Bituminous Co. Inc. 


$4,551.80 


Irving Abbott 


804.16 


Keith Brownell 


1,086.48 


Charles O'Sullivan 


925.74 


Daniel Riley 


1,086.48 


Lloyd Wilkins 


1,156.56 


Bruce Williams 


1,086.48 


Russell Whiting 


1,086.48 


Harold White 


1,156.56 


Rodney White 


1,500.00 


Rodney White (Mileage) 


100.34 


Roger Seguin 


856.00 


Kennett Co. 


718.20 


Ossipee Aggregates 


486.00 



$16,601.28 



53 



TOWN ROAD AID 

Treasurer, State of N.H. $1,793.05 

STREET LIGHTING 

Public Service Co. of N.H. $1,466.42 

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPT, 

Pambro Sales $1,700.37 

Palmer Spring Co. 638.65 

Power Products Inc. 140.68 

Lewiston Welding Supply 223.95 

Stanley Eldridge 196.80 

Penn-Hampshire Lubricant Inc. 106.64 

Century Tire Co. 3,036.27 

Ossipee Auto Parts 1,552.95 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 195.25 

Motorola Inc. 292.00 

R.C. Hazelton Company Inc. 5,924.19 

Conway Tractor & Equipment 387.37 

Kammler Buick-Chevrolet Co. 18.32 

Sanel Auto Parts Inc. 945.51 

2-Way Communication Service Inc. 116.29 
Guarino's Small Engine Sales & Serv. Inc. 83.30 

Rines' Chrysler-Plymouth Inc. 344.74 

Rines' Garage 729.07 

Lubrication Engineers Inc. 284.28 

Donald J. DeWolf 32.45 

Universal Supply Co. Inc. 337.23 

Standard Uniform Rental Serv. Inc. 21.11 

Gulf Oil Corp. 183.88 

Rudy N. Craft 2,100.00 

Ossipee Oil 57.12 

Texaco Inc. 653.66 

Chadwick Ba-Ross 1,495.98 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 371.95 

John's Saw & Tool Sharpening 86.30 

Herb's Service Center 10.00 

Whiteface Potter 35.00 

T.S.T.Equipment Inc. 158.21 

Lamont Labs Inc. 70.59 

Kelly Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. 126.55 

E.J. Bleiler Equipment Co. Inc. 468.70 



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Valley Power Equipment Co. 


249.75 


Bigelow Waste Co. Inc. 


99.46 


Share Corp. 


81.75 


Dobles' Chevrolet 


18.48 


Ossipee Mountain Electronics 


40.00 


Howard P. Fairfield Inc. 


179.24 


Daniel Riley 


125.00 


Granite State Minerals 


2401.78 


Danny Dumond 


88.00 


Atlantic Broom Service 


778.14 


Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


571.50 




$27,758.46 


LIBRARIES 





Ossipee Town Library $5,500.00 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
Treasurer, State of N.H. $2,423.80 



TOWN POOR 




Dube & Murphy 


$533.65 


Tamworth Oil Co. 


752.83 


IGA 


290.24 


Public Service Co. of N.H. 


344.71 


Carroll County 


310.00 


Johnson Gas Co. 


27.55 


N.H. Electric Co-op 


110.25 


RemickGas 


49.30 


John A.M. Smith 


150.00 


Theodore Reissfelder 


250.00 


Richard Lawrence 


60.00 


Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 


50.55 


Lord's Funeral Home 


100.00 


Anthony Delisio 


370.00 


Peter Widmark 


64.00 


George MacDonald 


40.00 



$3,503.08 



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PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 



James Thompson 


$12,123.28 


Wallace Nudd, Jr. 


8,025.68 


Tee Pee Sport Shop 


921.86 


New England Telephone 


457.04 


James Thompson (mileage) 


434.94 


Wallace Nudd, Jr. (mileage) 


344.64 


Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 


243.87 


Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 


35.02 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


187.93 


E.M. Heath Inc. 


19.80 


Meredith Youth Basketball League 


40.00 


Regina O'Brien 


60.00 


Hitching Post 


19.48 


Indian Mound IGA 


35.60 


Carroll County Recreation Dept. 


25.00 


Saymore Trophy Co. Inc. 


114.70 


Henry Forrest 


20.00 


The Nixon Company 


37.15 


Mrs.B'sT'sInc. 


119.32 


Abbott & Staples 


12.63 


Wallace Nudd, Jr. (expenses) 


6.50 


North Country Medical Co. 


29.03 


C.A. Moody Landscaping 


197.00 


John E. Thompson 


16.00 


H.R.Colby 


270.00 


Stationery Shop 


12.63 


Ward's Boat Shop 


10.00 


Lloyd Danforth 


8.95 


Jennifer Haughey 


1,325.00 


Wallace Nudd, Sr. 


25.00 


John F. Chick 


526.16 


Feineman's of Rochester 


24.30 


The Balloon Shop 


12.08 


Hodge Badge Co. Inc. 


63.47 


Cub Pack 234 


5.00 




$25,809.06 


CEMETERIES 




James Ward 


$189.00 



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ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 

Lakes Region Planning $190.60 

Greater Ossipee Area 
Chamber of Commerce 100.00 



$290.60 



DAMAGES & LEGAL EXPENSES 
Martha French $1,935.35 



Martha French (mileage) 


116.15 


White Mtn. Survey & Engineering 


1,403.00 


Martha French (expenses) 


583.84 


Soils Engineering Inc. 


3,195.90 


N.H.A.C.&H.O.A. 


17.50 


E.M. Heath 


35.71 


Kindness Animal Hospital 


45.00 


Ketch-all Company 


67.52 


Carroll County Independent 


70.80 


Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 


270.05 


Persons Concrete Inc. 


140.60 


Frederic L. Cox 


4,045.44 




$11,926.86 


SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 


State Treasurer of N.H. 


$13,559.09 


N.H. Retirement System 


6,271.52 




$19,830.61 


PRIOR YEARS 




State of N.H. Retirement Div. 


$ 581.10 


Carroll County Trust Co. 


1,833.70 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


6,489.45 



$8,904.25 
TAX REFUNDS 
Francis Kenny Jr. $ 10.00 

57 



Donald Blyle 


14.00 


Michael Garland 


15.25 


Recreational Dev. Co. 


12.17 


John Sullivan Jr. 


40.58 


Isaac Buswell Jr. 


72.40 


Ernest & Florence Banf ill 


15.32 


Stanley & Marilyn Rines 


455.81 


Linda Babson 


11.00 


Reginald & Carolyn Clancy 


41.87 


William & June Bowes 


84.96 


Lawrence & Agnes Hannon 


487.32 


William & Gail Patterson 


22.00 


William & Grace Clinton 


338.00 


W. Harry & Grethal May 


20.00 


Wendy Libby 


10.00 


Hilda Dubois 


10.00 


Elizabeth Hayford 


10.00 


Peter Dunn 


193.05 


James & Shirley Calder 


42.00 


Mark K. Conner 


10.00 


Raymond Swanton 


47.00 


Robert & Joanne Maclver 


37.87 


Carl & Evelyn Wheeler 


24.94 


Frederick A. Fallon 


216.40 


Ruth Loring 


10.00 



TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 
John R. Sanders, Tax Collector 

LONG TERM NOTES 
Carroll County Trust Co. 



$2,251.94 



$71,710.14 



$10,663.56 



TEMPORARY LOANS 
Carroll County Trust Co. $500,000.00 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 
Carroll County Trust Co. $27,178.08 



58 



LONG TERM INTEREST 
Carroll County Trust Co. $2,861.39 

PRECINCTS 

) 

West Ossipee Precinct $21 ,000.00 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power 26,717.00 

Ctr . Ossipee Fire Precinct 35,421 .00 

Precinct A 984.00 



$84,122.00 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Governor Wentworth $1,017,072.07 

STATE & COUNTY TAX 

State of N.H. Treasurer (dog tax) $ 57.50 

Treasurer, Carroll County 88,810.00 



$88,867.50 

BOND & DEBT RETIREMENT TAX 

Treas. State of N.H. $2,613.23 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Ossipee Rescue Squad $30,000.00 

Police Cruiser (Revenue Sharing) 6,092.00 

History of Ossipee (Revenue Sharing) 1 ,227.43 

History of Ossipee (Prior year Rev. Sharing) 876.22 

Town Truck (Revenue Sharing) 10,000.00 

Town share 7,092.00 
Town Truck (Revenue Sharing) 

Encumbered 1979 14,988.40 

UNCLASSIFIED 

Timber Tax (from Escrow Account) $ 10,067.14 
Bridge, State of N.H. 

(From M'ville Bridge Account) 14,767.32 



59 



Town of Ossipee 

(Reimbursement to Revenue Sharing) 6,999.47 

Hoyle Tanner Associates Inc. (water study) 2,400.00 
Hoyle Tanner Associates Inc. 

(Sewer Improvement Project EPA) 141,562.06 
White Mtn. Survey & Engineering 

(Sewer Improvement Project EPA) 2,061 .00 
New England Appraisal Co. 

(Sewer Improvement Project EPA) 750.00 



60 



TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

Special Revenue Funds - Revenue Sharing 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes 

in Fund Balance 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1980 

Sources of Financial Resources 
Revenues: 

Entitlements $22,239.00 

Interest 770.90 





$23,009.90 


Other Revenues 




Conversion to 




Accrual Basis 


$11,864.00 


Total Sources of 




Financial Resources 


$34,873.90 


Uses of Financial Resources 




Expenditures 




Advertising 


— 


Transferred To General Fund 




Water Study 


2,400.00 


Town History 


2,103.65 


Police Cruiser 


6,092.00 


Highway Truck No. 1 


14,988.40 


Highway Truck No. 2 


10,000.00 


Total Expenditures 


$35,584.05 


Net (Decrease) in Fund Balance During Year (710.15) 


Fund Balance - January 1, 1980 


22,398.91 


Fund Balance - December 31, 1980 


$21,688.76 



61 



OSSIPEE DISTRICT COURT 

To the Selectmen, Town of Ossipee: 

I hereby submit the following report for the year 
ending December 31, 1980: 

Balance on hand 1/1/80 $ 708.60 



Receipts: 




Fines & Forfeitures 


$102,765.30 


Bail 


2,472.00 


Restitution 


653.75 


Superior Court bonds - appeals 


2,665.50 


Civil & small claim fees 


1,964.30 


Total Receipts 


$110,520.85 




$111,229.45 


Expenditures: 




State of New Hampshire 


$53,771.30 


Town of Ossipee 


42,464.84 


Witness fees 


3,734.60 


Operating expense 


2,070.00 


Postage, supplies 


1,222.78 


Telephone 


352.74 


Restitution 


653.75 


Equipment 


236.94 


Superior Court bonds 


2,665.50 


Return of bail 


2,472.00 


Total Expenditures 


$109,644.45 



Balance on hand 12 / 31 / 80 $1,585.00 

A total of 3257 criminal cases were entered during the 
year, 289 civil and small claims, and 95 juvenile petitions. 

JUNE C. LOUD, Clerk 
Ossipee District Court 



62 



OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT 1980 

Balance brought forward: $138.18 

RECEIPTS 

TownofOssipee $1,000.00 

Town of Ossipee 1,500.00 

Town of Ossipee 1,500.00 

Town of Ossipee 1 ,500.00 



$5,638.18 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Books & Periodicals 


$1,305.49 




Maintenance 


151.10 




Repairs & Improvements 


364.72 




Electricity 


135.94 




Telephone 


171.93 




Salary 


1,500.00 




Fuel 


1,791.95 




Water 


38.00 




Supplies 


17.30 




Checks 


10.93 








$5,487.36 


Balance on Hand 




$150.82 



ROLLAND W. LORD, Trustee 
RUTH M. LORING, Trustee 
RUTH C. ECKHOFF, Trustee 



63 



CEMETERY REPORT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, 
N.H. 

On June 7, 1978 the Ossipee Cemetery Committee was 
formed to work with the Selectmen of the Town to restore 
the Ham and Grant Cemeteries to their original state. 
Since that time this committee has put in a great deal of 
their time and effort to meet this goal without any 
recompense from the town. We feel that this work has been 
completed with what was done during the past year. 

During the year both cemeteries were brushed out and 
mowed while in the new cemetery grading was completed. 
The largest expense in the Grant Cemetery was the 
erection of a 330 ft. replacement galvanized steel fence 
along the East side boundary line that replaces the old 
wood picket fence. 

Repairs were made to the doors of the cemetery vault 
with several applications of wood preventative applied. 

Repairing of damages was completed to the retaining 
wall along the North side of the cemetery entrance. 

The Cemetery Committee wish to thank the Select- 
men, Highway Supt. Rodney White and his crew for their 
services and to James Ward for his labors and co- 
operation for the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
KENWOOD C. WHITE 
WALTER N. OBER, JR. 
FRANCES E. PINKHAM 
Cemetery Committee 



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67 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

Trustees of Trust Fund, Ossipee, N.H. 1980 

OPERATION STATEMENT: 

Balance brought forward $5,308.02 



RECEIPTS: 




Carroll County Trust Co. 




Interest N.O.W. Account 


$ 214.46 


Interest from Trust Accounts 


$3,514.02 


Sale of Lots 


1,700.00 



$5,428.48 $10,736.50 



ITEMIZATION OF TRUST INTEREST: 

Trust #1 $ 765.22 

Trust #2 142.16 

Trust #3 1,164.41 

Trust #4 1,256.33 

Ira Abbott 113.16 

Mabel Drake - Putn. Fund 66.38 

Public Service 6.36 



DISBURSEMENTS: 




Mowing & Raking of Lots, 




Gen. Maintenance 


$3,048.02 


Chickville Cemetery Association 


206.60 


Equipment Repairs 


46.21 


Office Supplies and Accounting 


60.50 


Fence-Grant Hill Town Cemetery 


1,690.00 


Scholarships (3) 


300.00 


New CD. Purchase 


5,000.00 



$3,514.02 



$10,351.33 -10,351.33 
BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1980 $385.17 



68 



REPORT OF THE OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, N.H. 

This year saw an armed robbery in Ossipee, the first in 
ten years to my knowledge. There was a burglary at G&M 
store in West Ossipee with sixteen guns stolen, and on 
another occasion at G&M hand guns were stolen from a 
showcase during business hours, and there was an incident 
at the Chief's home involving shooting, making this a year 
when more serious crimes have been committed than in 
the past. 

There were thirteen burglary cases in court and 
combined with the weapons cases three persons are in 
State Prison and seven were sentenced to the County 
Farm. 

There was substantial damage done at the Indian 
Mound Golf Club and in this case two persons were 
charged with Criminal Mischief and sentenced to the 
County Farm. 

We were involved in cases with Public Service Co. in 
the investigation of theft of electric current resulting in 
arrests and convictions in court. 

Accidents were less this year partly due to the absence 
of snow last winter, unfortunately there was one fatality on 
the last day of the year. 

I would like to thank my officers, the Town Officials, 
and other department heads and employees, and the 
citizens of Ossipee for their cooperation and assistance. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHNE. FOG ARTY 
Chief of Police 



69 



ACTIVITIES FOR 1980 

Accidents investigated 106 

Accidents fatal 1 

Aids rendered 345 

Alarms answered 27 

Allow unlicensed person to operate 3 

Armed Robbery 1 

Assist other Depts. 183 

Attempt to locate persons 19 

Bail Jumping 1 

Burglary 13 

Check ups 380 

Conduct after accident 3 

Criminal Mischief 27 

Criminal Threat 2 

Criminal Trespass 8 

Defective Equipment 1 

Defective Equipment Tags issued 340 

Disorderly Conduct 11 

DWI 33 

Electric Appliance 1 

Failure to Appear 8 

Furnishing Alcoholic Beverage to a Minor 6 

Failure to Keep Right 1 

Fail to Stop for RR Crossing 1 

Following to Close 3 

Fugitive From Justice 1 

Improper Passing 6 

Intoxication 1 

Issuing Bad Checks 3 

Juvenile 127 

Littering 8 

Misuse of Horse Power 6 

Misuse of Plates 4 

Non Inspection 16 

Operating After Suspension or Revocation 9 

Operating Without Eye Protection 5 

Operating Without Financial Responsibility 1 

Operating Without License 23 



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Overweight 


2 


Passing on Right 


2 


Passing School Bus With Flashing Lights 


2 


Possession of Controlled Drugs 


19 


Reckless Conduct 


2 


Receiving Stolen Property 


1 


Reckless Operation 


8 


Resist Arrest 


2 


Solid Line 


53 


Speed 


63 


Stop Sign 


26 


Taking Motor Vehicle Without Owners Consent 


1 


Theft 


19 


Unlawful Possession of Alcoholic Beverage 


17 


Unregistered Motor Vehicle 


12 


Unsafe Tires 


4 


Warnings 


410 


House Checks 


41 


Total 


2418 


Cleared By Court Action 


478 


Cleared not requiring Court action 


1940 


Mileage 


75,518 


Cases Open 


21 


Licenses Revoked or Suspended 


55 


Persons Sent to House of Correction 


8 


Persons Sent to State Prison 


3 



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OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

Recreation plays an important role in any community, 
and has an important function in the lives of those people 
who commit themselves to participation. To children, 
play is as natural as blinking. Imagination is its vehicle. 
Growth and development of the total individual is its 
result. 

ACTIVITIES 

Elementary School Soccer Program 

Adult volleyball 

Halloween Haunted House (in coop, with O.C.C.) 

Mens Basketball 

4th-6th grade girls basketball program 

4th-6th grade boys basketball program (coaches: Ned 

Gamble, John Vallee, Larry Schell, Dave Drew, 

Margory Webster) 
4th-6th grade boys basketball tournament 
4th-6th grade girls basketball tournament 
7th-9th grade boys basketball (coach: Charlie Campbell) 
7th-9th grade girls basketball (coaches: Jo-ann Ames, 
Donna Sargent) 
7th-9th grade boys & girls basketball tournament 
Elementary School Gymnastics program (Instructor: 

Sheryl Pierro) 
Holiday Cartoon Afternoon 
Indoor soccer (Instructor: Michael Pierro) 
Ossipee Pee Wee Hockey 
Public Skating Rink 
Skating party 

Ski & Skate swap (in coop, with O.C.C.) 
Second Annual Sports Awards Banquet 
Easter Egg Hunt 
Spring Clean-up Campaign 
Minor League Baseball (coach: Dave Stevens) 
Major Little League Baseball 
4th-6th grade girls softball (coach: Diane Savage) 



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Carroll County Recreation Department 4th-6th grade girls 

softball Tournament 
Ossipee Otter Swim Team (Statistician - Theresa 

Reissfelder) 
A.R.C. Swimming instruction (instructor/ lifeguard - 

Jennifer Haughey) 
Mens & Womens softball organizational meetings - 

presentations 
Record hops and dances 
August Youth Day Camp 
Recreation Bowling 
Celtics Day trip 
4th of July Fair 

Horseshoe Pitching Tournament 
Carroll County Recreation Department Track Meet 
Open Recreation for youths 
Womens exercise program (Instructor: Donna Floria) 

In times of national, state, and local financial dilemmas, 
let us all recognize the importance of working together to 
make community service beneficial to our citizens. At this 
time, the Ossipee Recreation Department gives special 
thanks to the committment of volunteers, to the generosity 
of donators, and to the support of citizens who each play an 
important role in the success of recreation in our com- 
munity. 

Respectfully submitted, 
JAMES B. THOMPSON 
Director of Recreation 



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OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The 1980 Town Meeting ratified and appropriated 
funds to enable the Planning Board to proceed with the 
preparation of a Master Plan for the Town. The need was 
demonstrated in part by the requirement that our Town 
have such a plan in order to participate in and receive 
federal and state funds for such things as highways and 
other town improvements. The existing plan was 
completed in 1971 and the population of the town since then 
has risen from 1,689 in 1970 to 2,482 in 1980. This large 
growth is not unique to the Town of Ossipee ; all of the 
surrounding towns have had a similar growth. Our town 
has also had a substantial growth in the number of 
seasonal residences built in the last ten years. 

As the first step in making a revised plan it was 
necessary to find out how the residents felt about their 
community, what they wanted for services and what, if 
any, revisions of the existing regulations on land use were 
desirable. To accomplish this goal the Board conducted a 
survey covering a large amount of data in the hope of 
collecting divergent opinions which will be useful to the 
various town departments, the merchants and service 
agencies. We have not received the tabulation of this 
material as this report goes to press, but we have been 
gratified by the response people have made in taking the 
time to answer the questions. Many hours have yet to be 
spent before a plan is submitted but we do want to express 
our thanks to the many who have assisted us in this effort. 

During the year the Board has approved 33 lots, 27 of 
which were in the Ossipee section and six in the Center 
Ossipee section. In addition, three boundary line 
adjustments and eleven plans of property were approved. 
As the year ended, the Board had various subdivision 
plans to be acted upon totaling 57 lots. 



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Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month and 
are open to the public. 

PETER D. BILLINGS, Chrm. 
LORRAINE B. ONUFRY 
GEORGE R. EARNSHAW 
KENNETH C. LEAVITT 
NATALIE V. HALL 
WARREN F. WITHERELL 
FRANKLIN R. RILEY 



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OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee. 

This past year has been a very crucial one for the 
Town of Ossipee environmentally. The controversies over 
the dump, our water supply and a new sewer system have 
been on all our minds. A lack of members in the Conserva- 
tion Committee in general has severely hampered areas. 
Anyone wishing to participate in this important work are 
urged to contact anyone of the commissioners. 

In July, the Carroll County Trust Company deeded 
several more lots within the Indian Mound development to 
the town. These lots add valuable habitat and resting sites 
to the rapidly diminishing environment of the shore birds 
and wild life of Ossipee Lake. 

The town is growing by leaps and bounds and the 
commissioners listened in on some subdivision site 
reviews with the Ossipee Planning Board. 

There were many dredge and fill applications 
reviewed by the commission most of which were found to 
be satisfactory. The commissioners were pleased to note 
that the citizens of Ossipee appear to be aware of the laws 
pertaining to dredge and fill and would like to thank them 
for their help in submitting these applications. 

In September Kristine Klein attended a Municipal 
Wetland Seminar held at Squam Lakes Science Center for 
the benefit of the State's Conservation Commissioners. 
The purpose of this seminar was to educate the 
participants in field identification of critical wetlands flora 
species and also to give advice on where to turn for legal 
assistance in wetlands protection. 

At this time Ossipee does not have a wetlands 
ordinance because the Lakes Region Planning Commis- 
sion has advised that the amount of wetland in our area not 



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already protected is too small to warrant such an 
ordinance. 

We feel that more study is needed on the proposed 
landfill site. 

The commissioners attended the Ossipee Planning 
Board meeting on the sewage system. 

Commissioners for 1980 include: 
Marilyn Tillinghast 
Jean Danforth 
Kristine M. Klein 



Respectfully submitted, 
KRISTINE M. KLEIN 
Secretary 



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REPORT OSSIPEE DOG WARDEN FOR 1980 

A total of 201 calls were answered during 1980 by the 
Dog Warden. 

A total of 235 dogs were licensed by the Town Clerk. 

One no license penalty of $5.00 imposed. 

Civil forfeitures for non-compliance with Dog Control 
Law totaled $250.00 turned in to Ossipee Town Clerk. 

Summary of 1980 Calls Answered 

Nuisance Complaints 79 

Strays picked up 57 

Dog bite cases 4 

Vicious complaints 6 

Dogs attacking wild and /or domestic animals 9 

Lost dogs reported 36 

Dogs struck by cars 9 

A total of 2,029 miles were travelled in 1980. 

Fewer dogs would be lost for good if they wore license 
tags as N.H. State law prescribes. 

Fewer dogs would be struck and killed by cars if the 
owners cared enough to keep their dogs controlled. Many 
times the very dogs that are killed on the highway or the 
dog owners who see the Dog Warden on their doorstep are 
the ones I have gone to many times. 

If there is one message I wish to get through, it is that 
being the owner of an animal is being responsible for the 
well-being of that animal. 

No one is really caring for an animal which is allowed 
to run at large endangering itself, other animals and 
sometimes human beings. 

A cement floored, roofed, kennel facility has been 
erected by the town for better quarters for holding strays, 
etc. here in Ossipee. 

Respectfully, 
MARTHA FRENCH 
Dog Warden 
Town of Ossipee 



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OSSIPEE NURSING SERVICE 

During 1980 the nursing service has increased its 
services to the children of Ossipee. Our immunization 
clinic services have increased significantly, immunizing 
many preschool and school aged children against dip- 
theria, pertussis and tetanus, polio, measles, mumps, 
rubella and tuberculin screening. 

Two new services are now available to children from 
birth through age 5. The WIC Program, for which Ossipee 
Nursing Service provides the nursing component, is a 
supplemental food program aimed at improving the 
nutritional status of infants and young children. 

The second service, the Well Child Program is made 
available in cooperation with the Wolfeboro Visiting Nurse 
Association. Through this program area children from 
birth to age 5 may receive physical exams, lab work, 
immunizations, developmental and speech screenings, 
fluoride testing and treatment and referrals to other 
agencies when appropriate. 

The majority of our time and effort continues to go 
toward providing nursing care to people in their homes, 
assisting members of the community to deal with illness 
on an acute or long-term basis. Over 1500 visits were made 
during 1980 to patients at home. Health teaching and 
prevention are an important aspect of this care. 

Blood Pressure and Weight Screening Clinics are held 
monthly on the third Wednesday from 10 a.m. until noon. 
Screening for diabetes is also offered. The nurse has 
regular off ice hours from 9:30 -10:30 a.m. daily. 

The Good Morning Program continues to provide daily 
contact for people living alone in their homes, and the 
nursing service continues to have on hand some medical 
equipment for loan. 



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The Ossipee Nursing Service works closely with other 
health-related service organizations who serve Ossipee 
residents to ensure an organized effort to provide services 
to the members of this community. 

PAMELA J. SAVARD, RN 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS 

The past year has been very successful for Ossipee 
Concerned Citizens. In addition to providing meals ser- 
vices to elderly residents of the area a new service began 
operation in July. 

Ending three years of negotiations with the state, 
Ossipee Concerned Citizens received a contract to provide 
450 residents of southern Carroll County with the WIC 
(Womens, infants and childrens) program. WIC is a 
comprehensive nutritional health educational program 
available to income eligible pregnant women, breast 
feeding mothers, infants and children who are determined 
to be a nutritional risk. Special food packages, health 
screening and referral, and nutritional counseling are 
provided to all participants on a routine basis. We would 
like to thank local health providers and participating 
merchants for their cooperation in making this program a 
great success. 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens Meals-on- Wheels program 
last year provided 13,000 home delivered meals to area 
elderly in 1980. 

Our congregate meals program has expanded from 
once a month to a weekly event. All Ossipee elderly 
residents are invited to attend these meals held every 
Thursday at the Senior Center at 12 noon. 

Other services provided by Ossipee Concerned 
Citizens in 1980 include: the energy assistance fuel 
program, information and referral services and 
emergency transportation. The Senior Center is open daily 
9-4. 

The staff and Board of Directors of Ossipee Concerned 
Citizens would like to take this opportunity to say thank 
you to local officials, residents and volunteers, without 
your support we could not provide these services. 

DONNA E. SARGENT 
Director 



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OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

The past year has proven to be very successful for the 
Ossipee Rescue Squad. As you know, we took delivery on 
our new rescue vehicle last April, which has proven to be a 
great asset to us in being able to provide the best patient 
care in all emergency situations. 

We have responded to 111 calls, many of which were 
life and death situations. We are particularly proud and 
happy to report that the Ossipee Rescue Squad, with the 
assistance of a local citizen, was able to keep a 19 year old 
boy alive with the use of C.P.R., after a near fatal 
drowning accident last summer on Ossipee Lake. 

We are also, now participating in monthly meetings at 
Huggins Hospital with doctors and emergency room 
personnel to help keep us abreast of the new techniques for 
patient care as well as new courses that will certify us to 
use more advanced life support equipment. This will 
greatly increase our ability to stabilize a patient's con- 
dition before we transport them to a hospital. 

Another phase of the Ossipee Rescue Squad is to train 
the general public in emergency C.P.R. and first aid. We 
have held quite a few C.P.R. classes this past year and will 
be holding more in the future. We encourage everyone to 
participate in these free clinics to enable you to know the 
procedures that could save a persons life. 

I would like to thank all of my fellow squad members 
for their many hours of service to the community, as well 
as the many people who have supported our cause so fully 
for the past two years. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
WAYNE ALESKA, Captain 
Ossipee Rescue Squad 

REPORT OF RESCUE RESPONSES 
January 1, 1980 - Dec. 31, 1980 

Cardiovascular 28 

Vehicle accidents 23 



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Fires 14 

Search and rescue 1 

Other medical emergencies 45 



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OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

Treasurer's Financial Report 
1980 
Income 

Beginning Balance 1980 $2,356.85 

Truck (Town) 30,000.00 

Operating Expense (Town) 5,000.00 

Interest 1980 220.43 



Total 


$37,577.28 


Expense 




Truck 


$29,714.34 


Training 


260.00 


Building Maintenance 


751.48 


Radios 


2,478.03 


Scanners 


30.40 


Medical Supplies 


417.96 


Oxygen 


202.78 


Insurance 


1,709.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


100.00 


Total 


$35,663.99 


Checking Account Balance 


$1,913.29 


Totals 


$37,577.28 




$35,663.99 



OSSIPEE RESCUE FUND 

Donations $545.45 

Fund Raising 365.90 



$1,913.29 



Total $911.35 

Respectfully Submitted, 
BELINDA WILLIAMS 
Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



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REPORT OF FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
AND STATE FOREST FIRE SERVICE 

Forest Fire Prevention: Your Business, Our Business, 
Good Business. Forest fire prevention slogans have been 
seen in association with Smokey Bear since the late 
nineteen forties when a national effort to check the spread 
of forest fires was implemented. 

New Hampshire residents recognized that forest fire 
prevention and suppression was the responsibility of every 
citizen, a half century before this national campaign, when 
our legislature established our first forest fire laws in 1903. 
Since that date, the State has appointed a town/ city forest 
fire warden who is responsible for forest fire law en- 
forcement in his municipality. 

All fires kindled out of doors when there is no snow on 
the ground must be approved in writing by the forest fire 
warden before being kindled. All forest fires must be 
suppressed by the warden and his deputies as soon as they 
are reported. The cost of fire suppression is shared jointly 
by the town/ city and the State of New Hampshire, as are 
forest fire prevention and forest fire training costs. 

This state and local municipality cooperative forest 
fire program has given New Hampshire one of the best 
forest fire records in the United States. 

FOREST FIRE STATISTICS 1980 

No. of Fires No. of Acres 

State 1,226 * 693 ** 

District 67 60^ 

Town 3 % 

E. SVEN CARLSON CLARENCE PALMER 

District Fire Chief Forest Fire Warden 

* Includes Short Fire Reports 
** Includes woods and grass 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1980 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Cash on Hand $ 13.97 

From Others: 

Lawyers fund 913.35 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 4,662.41 

Total Assets $5,589.73 

Grand Total $5,589.73 

LIABILITIES 
Unexpended appropriation 

for Lawyer $ $913.35 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 4,662.41 



Total Liabilities $5,575.76 

Excess of Assets over Liabilities (Surplus) 13.97 



Grand Total $5,589.73 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 
Not submitted. Available for inspection from Precinct 
Clerk. 



RECEIPTS 




Current Revenues: 




From Taxes: 


$35,421.00 


From Fees and Rentals: 




State of N.H.(BPT) 


1,830.51 


Reimbursement 


83.06 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


508.59 



Grand Total $37,843.16 

PAYMENTS 
Current Maintenance Expenses 
Hydrants $ 2,240.00 



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Street Lights 


6,284.20 


Precinct expenses 


13,025.08 


Snow Removal 


236.00 


Water right Maint. 


51.21 


Building Maint. 


1,218.31 


Payment on Notes 


7,216.25 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


2,508.59 


Interest Paid 


1,295.41 


Capital Outlay 




New Equipment 


3,754.14 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


13.97 



Grand Total $37,843.16 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1980 

Purpose 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: f 

Carroll County Trust 

(water rights) G $ 2,000.00 

Carroll County Trust (Fire truck) G 15,648.75 



Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $17,648.75 

Total Long Term Indebtedness 

December, 31, 1980 $17,648.75 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt - 

December 31, 1979 $24,865.00 



Total $24,865.00 

Debt Retirement during fiscal year 
a. Long Term Notes Paid $7,216.25 



Total $7,216.25 



Outstanding Long Term Debt 
December 31, 1980 $17,648.75 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY L. PALMER 

Treasurer 
January 27, 1981 



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BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Commissioner's 
Budget 


Recommended 
by 




Current Year 


Budget Committee 


Hydrant Rental 


$ 3,600.00 


$ 3,600.00 


Street lighting 


8,000.00 


8,000.00 


Precinct expenses 


12,500.00 


12,500.00 


Maint. water rights prop. 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


Building maint. 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Snow removal 


500.00 


500.00 


Capital Outlay - equip. 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


Principal of Debt 


7,216.25 


7,216.25 


Interest on Debt 


921.56 


921.56 


Capital Reserve Fund 






to be raised by taxation 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Total Appropriations 






Or Expenditures 


$40,737.81 


$40,737.81 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



BPT 

Total Revenues except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be raised by 

Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 



$1,830.51 $1,830.51 
$1,830.51 1,830.51 



38,907.30 



$40,737.81 



CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
DAVID A. HELME 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
STANLEY RINES 
GERALD McDUFFEE 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
FRANKLIN R. RILEY 
ERNEST RILEY JR. 
Budget Committee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 
OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT "A" 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1980 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Fund $9,432.27 



GRAND TOTAL $9,432.27 

LIABILITIES 
Capital Reserve Fund $9,432.27 



GRAND TOTAL $9,432.27 

RECEIPTS 
Current Revenues: 

Sewer Rents $1,009.00 

N.H. Profits Tax 40.99 

Interest 89.64 

Total Receipts $1,139.63 

Grand Total $1,139.63 



PAYMENTS 
Current Maintenance Expenses: 

Pumping sewer tanks $365.00 

Annual Meeting 10.20 

Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 764.43 



Total Payments $1,139.63 

GRAND TOTAL 1,139.63 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JUNE C. LOUD 

Treasurer 

1/27/81 



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1981 BUDGET OF THE PRECINCT A 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 

Commissioner's 
Budget 
Current Year 

Cleaning Sewer $ 365.00 

Annual meeting 10.20 

Capital Reserve Fund 624.80 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $1,000.00 

SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Estimated 
Revenue 
By 
Commissioner's 

Sewer Rents $ 859.00 

State of N.H. 40.00 

Interest 100.00 



TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $1,000.00 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
STANLEY RINES 
GERALD McDUFFEE 
JOHN THOMPSON 
ERNEST RILEY JR. 
FRANKLIN RILEY 
DAVID A. HELME 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
Budget Committee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1980 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $1 ,300.30 



Total Assets $1,300.30 

Grand Total $1,300.30 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $1 ,300.30 



Total Liabilities $1 ,300.30 

Grand Total $1,300.30 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

West Ossipee Fire Station 
Land $10,000.00 

Building 60,000.00 

$70,000.00 
Jewell Hill Fire Station 
Land $ 1,000.00 

Building 25,000.00 



$26,000.00 

Engine number 1 $70,000.00 

Engine number 2 48,000.00 

Tank number 1 25,000.00 

Air System 2,543.06 

Auxiliary Equipment 20,000.00 

Furniture not on vehicles 4,000.00 



Total Valuation $265,543.06 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenues: 
From Taxes $20,028.00 

From Other Sources: 
Insurance Refund 24.00 

Insurance Claims 929.15 



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Ossipee Rescue Sqd. 269.56 

State of N.H. Bus. Profits 1,656.00 

Void check no. 661 4.50 

Void check No. 659 975.40 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue 
Notes Issued During Year 20,000.00 



Total Receipts 


$43,886.61 


Grand Total 


$43,886.61 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Heat 


$ 1,697.67 


Electric 


653.55 


Gasoline 


747.99 


Insurance 


2,617.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


350.00 


Telephone 


100.93 


Maintenance 




Building 


198.33 


Vehicles 


2,081.20 


Aux Equipment 


464.19 


Services 


400.00 


Training 


296.16 


New check book 


8.33 


Payment on Notes 


5,642.85 


Interest Paid 


1,340.18 


Capital Outlay 


27,288.23 



Total Payments $43,886.61 

Grand Total $43,886.61 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1980 

Long Term Notes Outstanding 
West Ossipee Station $22,571 .45 

New Engines, Equipment, 
Bldg. No. 3380 20,000.00 



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Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $42,571.45 



Total Long Term Indebtedness 
December, 31, 1980 $42,571.45 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 

December 31, 1979 $28,214.30 

New Debt Created During Fiscal Year: 

Long term Notes Issued $20,000.00 



Total $20,000.00 

Total $48,214.30 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 

Long Term Notes Paid 5,642.85 



Total $5,642.85 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 
December 31, 1980 $42,571.45 



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1981 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Commissioner's 
Budget 


Recommended 
by 




Current Year 


Budget Committee 


Heat 


$2,500.00 


$2,500.00 


Electric 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


Telephone 


500.00 


500.00 


Insurance 


2,800.00 


2,800.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


600.00 


600.00 


Building Maint. 


300.00 


300.00 


Vehicles Maint. 


4,800.00 


4,800.00 


Aux. Equipment Maint. 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Services Maint. 


400.00 


400.00 


Training 


400.00 


400.00 


CAPITAL OUTLAY — 






Equipment 


3,500.00 


3,500.00 


Principal of Debt 


10,642.85 


10,642.85 


Interest on Debt 


2,422.14 


2,422.14 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $32,064.99 $32,064.99 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Other Revenues and Credits: 

BPT $1,656.00 $1,656.00 



TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $1,656.00 $1,656.00 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES 30,408.99 



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TOTAL REVENUES AND 

PRECINCT TAXES $32,064.99 



Feb. 2, 1981 



CHRISTINE POWERS, Chairman 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
STANLEY RINES 
DAVID A. HELME 
GERALD MCDUFFEE 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
ERNEST RILEY, JR. 
FRANKLIN R. RILEY 

Budget Committee 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 
1/20/81 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended Dec. 31, 1980 

ASSETS 



Cash on Hand 




General Fund 


$ 336.72 


Amounts due to Precinct: 


26,717.00 


From Others: 




6 percent Business Profits 


671.26 


Credit from Ossipee Ins. 


19.00 


Return Credits 


357.00 


Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


5,546.10 



Total Assets $33,647.08 



Grand Total $33,647.08 



Bills Owed by Precinct 




Insurance 


$1,854.00 


Electricity - Fire Sta. 


421.61 


Fuel Oil- Fire Sta. 


1,473.64 


Telephone - Fire Sta. 


216.93 


Mutual Aid Dues 


350.00 


Capital Outlay Equip. 


3,536.66 


Fire Truck Debt 


9,144.74 


Street Lights 


2,264.39 


Maint. Communications 


445.68 


Maint. Fire Sta. 


1,453.28 


Maint. Fire Trucks 


1,490.27 


Maint. Fire Equip. 


211.65 


Firemens Expenses 


487.20 


Clerk Treas. Exp. 


112.04 


Firemens Reimb. 


2,500.00 


Fire Chief Exp. 


274.94 


Road Sign Maint. 


275.92 



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Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 5,546.10 

Payment 1,500.00 



Total Liabilities $33,559.05 

Excess of Assets over Liabilities 
(Surplus) 88.03 



Grand Total $33,647.08 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings: 

Fire House and Land $19,500.00 
Furniture and Apparatus: 

Trucks and Tanks 98,000.00 

Fire Fighting Equip. 28,000.00 



Total Valuation $145,500.00 

RECEIPTS 
Current Revenues: 

From Taxes : $26,717.00 

From Other Sources: 



6 Percent Business Profits 


671.26 


Credit Oss. Ins. 


19.00 


Return Credits 


357.00 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


336.72 


Grand Total 


$28,100.98 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Insurance 


$ 1,854.00 


Electricity - Fire Sta. 


421.61 


Fuel Oil- Fire Sta. 


1,473.64 


Telephone - Fire Sta. 


216.93 


Mutual Aid Dues 


350.00 


Street Lights 


2,264.39 


Maint. Comm. 


445.68 


Maint. Fire Sta. 


1,453.28 


Maint. Fire Trucks 


1,490.27 


Maint. Fire Equip. 


211.65 



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Firemens Expenses 487.20 

Road Sign Maint. 275.92 

Clerk Treas., Exp. 112.04 

Firemens Reimburs. 2,500.00 

Fire Chief Exp. 274.94 

Payment on Notes 6,600.00 

Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 1,500.00 

Interest Paid 2,544.74 

Capital Outlay 3,536.66 

Cash on Hand End of Year 88.03 

Grand Total $28,100.98 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 
INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1980 
Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
Wolfeboro Nat'l Bank (engine 1) $ 4,800.00 
Wolfeboro Nat'l Bank (engine 2) 33,600.00 

Total Long Term Notes 

Outstanding $38,400.00 

Total Long Term Indebtedness 

December 31, 1980 $38,400.00 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1979 $45,000.00 



Total $45,000.00 

Debt Retirement 
During Fiscal Year: 
Long Term Notes Paid $6,600.00 



Total $6,600.00 



Outstanding Long Term Debt $38,400.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JACKIE BRACKETT 
February 2, 1981 Treasurer 



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1981 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT AND POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Insurance 

Electric, Fire Station 
Fuel Oil, Fire Station 
Telephone 
Mutual Aid Dues 
Street Lights 

Fireman's Reimbursement 
Maintenance Communications 
Maintenance Fire Station 
Maintenance Fire Trucks 
Clerk - Treasurer Expenses 
Fireman's Expenses 
Maintenance Fire Equipment 
Road Sign Maintenance 
Fire Chief's Expenses 
Principal of debt on Engine No. 2 
Interest on debt on Engine No. 2 
Principal of debt on Engine No. 1 
Interest on debt on Engine No. 1 
CAPITAL OUTLAY — Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund — 
to be raised by taxation 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $28,190.00 $28,190.00 

SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Other Revenues and Credits: 
6 percent Profit Tax 
Reimbursement $400.00 $400.00 



Commissioner's 

Budget 

Current Year 


Recommended 

by 

Budget Committee 


$2,600.00 
450.00 


$2,600.00 
450.00 


1,800.00 
200.00 


1,800.00 
200.00 


650.00 


650.00 


3,000.00 

2,500.00 

500.00 


3,000.00 

2,500.00 

500.00 


1,000.00 

1,500.00 

150.00 


1,000.00 

1,500.00 

150.00 


300.00 


300.00 


600.00 


600.00 


150.00 


150.00 


500.00 


500.00 


4,200.00 

1,974.00 

2,400.00 

216.00 


4,200.00 

1,974.00 

2,400.00 

216.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 



TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $ 400.00 $ 400.00 



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AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 
BY PRECINCT TAXES $27,790.00 



TOTAL REVENUES AND 

PRECINCT TAXES $28,190.00 

CHRISTINE POWERS 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
ERNEST RILEY, JR. 
STANLEY RINES 
GERALD MCDUFFEE 
FRANKLIN R. RILEY 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
DAVID A. HELME 
Budget Committee 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 
1/20/81 

BARBARA COPP 

(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 



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